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THE SUB-TREASURY. Mr A. O'Leary, receiver and paymaster, supplies us with the following list for public information:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 June 1914
THE SUK-VStEASUKV. Mr A. O'Lsary, receiver an-.l pay master, supplies us with the following list for puolic information :— Accounts awaiting Payment- — F. Shields, J. Hayes, II. J3. Nichols, W. I'ilfoot, H. C. Robertson, C. F. J;>ubert, A. Playle, E. A. Elliott, C. H. V. Ordish, J. C. A. Schneider. Lease for Execution.—II. A. Young. Leases for Delivery.—II. H. Schulz, G. Lord, G. C. Smith, J. H. E. Ken dall, E. Jeffcott, jr. Crown Grants for Delivery. — E. Smith, L. Monerieff, M. M'Namara, R. Cardwell and C. 15. Brown. The Gunyah I'rogreiw Association, (iippslaud, recently passed a resolu tion iwkiu;; thy I'ViWal l'arli.iment. as it, had done no fjouil work fur I.in; last Lv.-o years, to &lt;trop .fitting for two days ami de "vote the tummy to tlio construction of a road at lioohirra,
OBITUARY. DEATH OF DR. PATTERSON. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 June 1914
©SIBTIUKY. DEATH OF DU. PATTERSON. Dr. Jamos Harold Patterson, of Tal lnngatta, died on Friday morning, at Tallangatta, after an illness of a month, tho cause of death being heart failuro fol lowing on iutluonza. Dr. Patterson was tho son of Mr William Patterson, a well known contractor, of Hobarc. Ho en tered tho Melbourne Grammar School in 1SS8, and graduated M.13. and Ch.M. at Edinburgh in 1S97. lie served in the •South African war as a lieutenant of the Fifth Victorian Contingent, and was pro moted to captain. He was mentioned in despatches on July 29:h, 1002, for having "proceeded under fire to within 70 yards of tho enouiy in ordor to assist wounded men, and remained under closo fire for over two hours, mid, though constantly shot at, continued to attend to the wounded, and remained behind with them when tho patrol withdrew', though bo was .vithont red cross brassard." IIo was awarded the Q i,-oil's medal with four clasps. Oil returning from South Africa Dr. Patterson retained...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 June 1914
Mrs Coff is an old-;i»e pensioner, An lined dame who has seen brighter (lays ; She grants me permission lo mention her, Ami to publish her ijnotn. of praise. A hacking, dry i:ou»li v as the lmne of l'.or, Which made the nights hard tu endure ; But she bids me to suy she charmed it uwny With Wuois' Great 'Vppormint Cure.
CHURCH NEWS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 June 1914
CUUISCII NEWS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. We ii.ro ref|ii03te&lt;l to lntinme tlmt LI;t? Rev. l'\ 11. iwill take fur Ms subject on Sumhiy evening next "Why do we keep the first thiy instead of the .seventh ?" A bill for £15,240,109/9/7 was pre sented to. the Federal Treusurer (Sir John Forrest) at the week-end, but he did not appear to bu greatly embar rassed. The account carnc by post from .Mr John Memonitch, of Brisbane, who claims that he discovered gold in the I'eak Downs district in i8Gi, aud he desires to be rewarded, with interest at the rate of four per cent. His bill is made up of £36,000 spent on prospect ing, £1,000 each for the discovery of nine payable goldfields, interest and commission on a mining loan for £ioo, 000,000, and half-share of four percent, on the value of minerals won. The document is drawn up in perfectly formal way, and is lieim; dealt with by tiie Treasury officials, according to the usages of routine. Mr Memonitch is prepared to accept the 300 square ...
TO SUM UP. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 June 1914
TO SUM UP. (1) Tho scheme is one of rejection by minority until the final count when it be comes one of election by majority. A cunilidate is not rejected until it is shown that ,i ir.iijori:y of the u-hoic electors pre fer somo other candiil:ito separately to liini. 'i'his is not done at present. (■JI III (iVU'-y count every elector says, in the event of his,|avoiitu candidate be in;; defeated, which of thn other can didates ho prefer!,, ami his preferences are considered riijht throughout. This is not done at, present. (3) 'Tho eh ctor would numbor his bill - lot paper exactly as ho now numbers it when voting for members of tho Legis lative Assembly. It is tho present sys tem of counting tho votes that is ut I fault.
THE SCOTCH CONCERTS. A SUCCESSFUL SERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 June 1914
TIID SCOTCH CONCERTS. A SUCCESSFUL SERIES. When Scotchmen meet, the wide world o'er, The conversation turns To days o' happy childhood. In thu ltiml o' liobbie Burn3. So runs Harry Lauder's little song —familiar, pec ipedium oE a thousand . gramophones, to every quarter of the civilised world. And the old Scotti-h sentiment has the peculiar quality of infecting ail and sundry, irrespective of birth place and early tradition. Under Australian conditions it is only natural that "Caledonia, stern and wild" should become "Caledonia, gay and festive," but tha same old kindly sentiment prompts it all—"and what the wuiir are we 1" The reason of all this moralising is that (luring the past week the annual series of Scotch concerts took place in aid of the funds of the Presbyterian Church. Tha Fates were kind and provided a fine week for the series ; the promoters were enterprising and provided a good bill of fare each night; and apprecia tive audiences set tha seal of success upon the serie...
ELECTORAL REFORM. By J. P. CUMMINS, M.A., CORRYONG. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 June 1914
ELECTOKAB. ItEll'OKitl. By J. P. Cummins, m.A., Corryono. As, during tho next few month-, there will bo a greater number of members of Parliament elected ill Victori:i than in otiy similar previous period in tho history of tho State, it is well to point out somo defects in tho present system of election, both Federal and State, and to suggest what seems to be an improvement on any of the existing systems. Let us suppose tliiTO candidates, A, 13 and C (ono to bo elected) and 100 voters. Tho result may be : — A ... ... 40 B ... ... 35 C ... ... 25 Hero tlioro aro six factors to bo con sidered, tho threo candidates and their three groups of supporters. In tho caso of an oloction for ono membor of tho House of .Representatives, A would bo elected in spite of tho fact that had either B (Sr 0 alono been standing, either of these might have polled tho whole of tho votes (GO) now polled by both togetlmr. Four of tho factors mentioned above, viz., tho two candidates B and 0 and their two gro...
CORRYONG. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 June 1914
CORUYONG. Wednesday night's concert at Corryong was well attended, and a fine programme was presented. Overtures were con tributed by an amateur orchestra consist ing of Mrs Acoeks (piano), Hisses Playlo and Simpson and Messrs Bjucher and Bartlett (violins) and Mr W. Davis (cornet). Mr M'Innes' items wero "The Scottish Picnic," '•M-n-c-g-r-o-g-o-r,"' "Iireakfast in Bod," "Tho Charge of tho Light Brigade," and numerous encores. Mis* Huntington s&lt;uig "Afton Water" and ''The Swallows" (both encored) and a pretty duet—"Kosa of My Heart"— with Mr Peake. Miss M'Kenna's items. —"Mary of Argyll)," "Annie Laurie" and "Genius' Tliro' tiio live"—earned her enthusiastic recalls. Mr M'Donorgh re cited "Tho Combat" in vigorous style, and the ReV. Mr Peake was heard to ad vantage in "The Refuse of tho Soul." Miss B. Simpson's singing of "Percy's Mother" was a pleasi.ig item which earned a hearty encore, and "Dooley's livening Party," by "The Eag.timers,, caused a lot ot merriment, a pre...
MULTUM IN NICE. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 June 1914
niiiivi'U.ii iw NiicH. "\Valwa market to-day. Mr C. B. Robin announces his dates elsewhere. &lt; Damage estimated at*£75,000 has been done by lire on the Sydney waterside. Iucome tax payments.must be made by June24th, otherwise proceedings will be taken for their recovery. The death is reported from AVagga of Mr K. Dunstan, formerly proprietor of the "Yaekamlandah Times," aged 52 years. On account of clashing with other fix tures the monthly meeting of the Progress Association will be held on Monday night, instead of on 29th inst. .* French poUtias are1 very unsettled. The short-lived Itibot Ministry has been de featCil over the military service question, and M. Viviaui has. again formed a Ministry. A New York cable message relates the story of a collision between two large steamers. A gaping hole was made in the side of one liner, but both vessels succeeded in keeping afloat. ' A local syndicate has purchased a Pathe llome Cinematograph, which will he used to give exhibitio...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 June 1914
Public Notice. The Winter Season's . . Goods^. . NOW ON SHOW AT CA M1CIWP? ¥ 9C3 AMk^oJEJiJLiJLi o>h J^LL DEPARTMENTS are well stocked up in the Latest aixcl Newest Shapes, Stjies and Designs possible. The Ladies have been well catered for. A fine range of Dresses, Blousings, Golfers' Skirts, Blouses, Underclothing, also the famous D. and A. Corset, made in three distinct shapes for small, medium and stout figures, advertise dan all leading papers. ® ® ® ® ® Ladies' and Children's Boots and Shoes, in all the newest and latest shapes and styles---a very fine range to select from. ® ® ® ® ® ' The Men and Boys have not been overlooked. The Clothing Department is teeming with the best range of Over coats, Suits, Trousers, Shirts, Pyjamas, Ties and Boots. Patterns, designs and shapes of the latest and best. ® ® ® ® ® See the new "Converto" Overcoats, two distinct styles in one coat. Hats and Caps in large assortment of the latest shapes and colors. Oilskins in black and brown by the b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 June 1914
iPnf>ti«" 'Noitnns. .g ilotel," OORBYONGK x^Jca urim r ^ K N.r a n t . "^^EKEBY notifies that he has taken over tlio above r.'«!l known hotel. aaii.hopes .. . by.strict attention to the requirements of patron? and keeping only tlin beet brands of Honors to nii-irn a conliciianue of Hi:) support aec-.iHeil liis ' precibceSKor. First-class Billiard Table, marker in attendance. , / , .Ever}' attention paid to requirements ot Tourists and Travellers. GOOD GRAZING PADDOCKS & STABLING. Stopping place for CftAWFOUD & GO.'S COACHES. which leave this hotel daily (Snnckys excepted)-, " for TalltingiHia. : CoSee Palace. MISS E. E. HILL, ' PHOPS-'ISTSSS 3. jT^HE ABOVE weil known Jmuse ol accommodation has been renovated through Q ont, ami patron* may rolv upon their requirements receiving every attention. Reasonable tm iff. Two tables. Piano. Bath. Good Stabling, Well'Equii'pku UirxTAiii) Boom. . Efficient Makkek. • . t£§" HAIRDRESSER'S o\LOON on the premises. Xrs'TALDRA Hote...
THE Corryong Courier. THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 June 1914
THE (Eunmmuj (lunu^u. THURSDAY, JUNIi IS, 1&lt;JU. For the eausc that lucks n,;si>tane.', For tho wrongs that need resisting-. For tho future in tho Js.u-i. e, And the «.'oo&lt;i that we can dn. With a veritable carnival of elec tions looming in the future, and candidates to right of us and can didates to left of us preparing to "volley and thunder," an article embodying an improvement upon our State system of preferential voting comes opportunely from Mr J. P. Cummins, M.A., head teacher of Corryong State school. The present system of preferential vot ing, although admittedly a great step in advance of the block vote, is still far from perfect. In fact, most of our advanced thinkers pin their faith to proportional repre sentation as the only method of creating a Parliament which will be a true rellex of the political thought of the people. That system, how ever, necessitates the division of the State into multiple constituen cies. The improvement suggested by Mr ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 June 1914
flu rtfcssioriam. EVANS.—In loving memory of our dear wife and moiher, Grace Hvans, who passed away on 17th June, l'Jll. Years may p:tss away, dear mother, But your fact? will never fade, l?or wo love you just as dearly Though you aro in the silent grave. —Inserted by her loving husband and family.
CUDGEWA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 June 1914
CIJEXJK WA. FROM A COHJIKSI'ONDRNT. The animal nights of mirth and merri ment in cuimvnt ion wilh ttie Presbyterian Churches of the district have been com memorated during the past week, the opening night being held in the local hall here, l'"or weeks beforehand, like children, we look forward to "Scotch Night," knowing that the promoter* have always something new and attractive, and that of Tuesday, 9th inst., proved our expectations correct, for not only was Mr Neil M'innei, Scotch comedian, of Melbourne, es pecially engaged, hut two city lady artists of highly cultured vocal calibre, were also enlisted. Miss Huntington made her first bow to an Upper Murray audicnce in her splendid rendering of "The Garden of Itoses," winning, not only for her beautiful gift of song, but her happy and pleasing personality, the appreciation and en thusiastic applause of the large audience, and establishing herself a new favorite. In Miss M'Kenna we met a firm favorite, who was received with a furor...
FOOTBALL. FIXTURES AND RULES, 1914. June 20th. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 June 1914
. iroOTIMLS,. - - FIXTURES -AND KUJjES,- 1 OH. June 20t1i. Corryong v. Walwa |Cudgcwa v. Federals. July 4th. Walwa v. Cudgewa | Federals v. Corryong. July llUi. Federals v. Wahva | Cudgewa v. Corryong, All matches will be played on ground of (irst-named club. - 1. The Association shall be called the I pper Murray Football Association, mid. shall consist of three delegates from each Oluli, viz., Corryong, Cudgewa, Yt'ahva anil Federals. 2. The Association is now nfiiliated with the Victorian Football League, and its rules are hereby adopted. 3. Each club siiali send to the secretary of the Association, not later than 10th May, If)It, a list of its members (with addressee) from whom players will be chosen. 4. No person—unless registered with the Association—shall play in nny match without the sanction of ■ the Association, provided chat no such sanction shall be given after June 13th. 5. Any &lt;dub failing to fulfil an engage ment shall be liable to a penalty not ex ceeding X...
DONATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 June 1914
DONATIONS. The committee wish to acknowledge re ceipt of the following donations Vegetables, Mrs W. Taylor, Mrs InglU, Mrs Frank Wheeler; butter, Mrs Kicll, Mrs IJradney, Mrs S. P. Gay ; meat, Mrs A. L. Hamilton ; milk, Mrs Anderson ; egg?, Mis T. \V. White bead ; half-hundred-ei^ht of potatoes, Mr T. Carmody. A Promise Received With Thanks.—Mr U. Thomas on Tuesday fulfilled his promise and cut up all the firewood lately brought to the hospital. One of his im-u :\ko attended, and assistance was by Ho v. F. II. Peake and Messrs J. Suth'M-land and T. Jirown. Tlie pi«-2c.' lighter now than when they came, ;u 1u»isl the above workers say they are. One step won't take you very far— You've Rot to keep cn walking; One wonl won't tell folks what you arc— You've got to keep 011 talking ; One inch won't make you very tall— You've got to keep on growing; One little " ad." won't do it all— You'vo Rot to keep 'em Roin/;. Tim receipts 011 account of Federal land tax in the head ofiice .Melbourne,...
ALBURY MARKET. DALGETY AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 June 1914
ALBURY MARKET. DALOETT AND CO. Report holding their usual fortnightly, market at tho Albury municipal yards on 9th inst., when they yarded 6800 fat and store sheep and 93 cuttle. There was a lar«e attendance of buyers present. They cjuotu :—Bullocks, to il-1/17/6'; cows, to .£12/15/ ; ■ steers and heifers, .to £6. Crossbred wether,!, to 85/5 ; crossbred ewes, to 24/6 ; merino wethers, to 25/9 ; merino ewes, to 18/6 ; crossbred lurnbs, to 23/. !
ALBURY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 June 1914
ALBURY PRODUCE MARKET. The Albury Wool and Produce Brokers (Messrs Younahnsbund, Row and Co. Pty. Ltd., Colqulioun's Co operalivo Soil ing and Agency Co. Ltd., Daljjety and Co. Ltd., Mathieson and Davis) report holding their usual monthly sale of wool, sheepskins, hides, tallow, furs, &c., at tho Albury Town Hall on 12th instl The at tendance of buyers wa3 good, and com petition was keen in ovory department. They quote":—Wool.—Crossbred crutch inas (in bales), to 7£d ; lower sorts, to Gfd ; best crossbred (in saclcs), to Od ; dead wool, to 5£d. Sheepskins.—Best crossbred, well-grown, to 8 5-8d ; half wools, to 8 l-8d; best merino, woll grown, to 8 8-8d ; lamb skins, to 8Jd. Hiiles.—'Sound hides, to 8d ; damaged and cut, to 7Jd ; calf skins, to 10 jd. Tallow.—Casks, to' £22/10/ ; pipoa, to •t'2i)/15/. Furs.—Best lines of fresh caught rabbit skins, to 13jd ; seconds, to ■Hid. Best fox skins, to 90/ per dozen ; seconds, to 72/.
VICTORIA COTTAGE. [SUPPLIED.] [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 June 1914
VBC'D'OSilA COTTAGE. . rsurrHED.] Tho usual monthly mooting of Victoria Cottage Hf sjital committee was held at tho State School on 8th inst., tho (allowing being present, viz., Rov. F. H. Peako (chairmai ). Messrs Cummins, Knight, Piayie and X. Brown (hon. secretary). The minutes of previous meeting' as read were confirmed. Apologies were accepted for absence on .account of holiday from Miss S. Waters and Messrs Jagcr and A. Harris. Accounts were passed for payment amounting to £7/10/. Nurse Minogus reported for the month as follows Admission, 4 ; discharged, 2 ; pationts remaining, 3. The secretary re ported that to date tho following collectors had handod in their monies, viz., Mr G. S. Evans (Bringenbrong), J. Humphrey (Cud gowa) and T. E. Scammoll (Khancoban), to whom a vote of thanks was passed for their assistance'. JRaceipts for the month in sub scriptions and fees amounted to £30/10/, and same had been placed in bank. As to the new species of "boo" brought so good naturedly...